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I have been married for one year and Allah has blessed me with a baby. However, my husband has contracted a rare virus that can`t be cured and remains in the body for life. This virus is extremely infectious and contracted through bodily fluids: saliva, blood, sperm and even through drinking from the same glass. What is the ruling of Sharia on my seeking separation on this ground?
Should the vowed sacrifice have the same conditions of the sacrificial animal (Udhyah)?
In Europe, it is allowed for a woman to undergo a diagnosis for her embryo during the first months of pregnancy to check whether it has Down`s Syndrome, or not. Actually, a woman gave birth to a baby that has been diagnosed with Down`s Syndrome, so she filed a lawsuit against the hospital for not running that test in the early stages of her pregnancy. As a result, the court ruled that she gets a certain amount of money as a compensation. Is it permissible for her to take that money?
What is the ruling on freezing a mother`s milk to feed it to another baby so that the latter becomes hers by suckling ?
Is it permissible to use the technology that determines the unimpaired embryos in Test-Tube Babies in order to eschew the genetic disease called ” Alstrom Syndrome” which leads to having blind babies with advanced degrees of deafness, diabetes and sterility.
My wife conceived after seven months from delivery. During the first three months, she tried to abort the embryo, then abstained from doing so. Eight months later, she gave birth to a deformed baby that lived only 70 days. What am I required to do from the view point of Sharia?